Check your level of cover
It's important to check your level of cover to ensure it's adequate for you and your family’s needs.
You can do this by logging in to Member Online, via the Australian Retirement Trust app or check your latest Annual Statement to see the level and type of insurance you have. You’ll also be able to check your insurance premium.
Also, bear in mind the amount and cost of cover may also change over time - the sum insured will generally reduce as you age.
How much cover do you need and what will it cost?
Personalising your cover
Keep your insurance cover
If you’re a member whose insurance cover is at risk of being stopped because your Super Savings Accumulation account may not receive an eligible contribution over a 12 month period, you can prevent cover stopping by advising us to keep your insurance cover using our online form. You must maintain sufficient money in your account to pay the weekly premiums.
Restart your insurance cover
If you're a member whose insurance cover stopped within the last 60 days because your Super Savings Accumulation account did not receive an eligible contribution over a 12 month period you can restart your cover using our online form.
Transfer your insurance cover
Any insurance you have with your other fund(s) would normally be cancelled when you roll out. However, you may be eligible to transfer insurance cover you may have with your other fund(s) to Australian Retirement Trust. To transfer your existing cover, please complete and return the transfer of insurance cover form.
Make sure you don’t rollover until you have received confirmation from Australian Retirement Trust that your insurance transfer request has been accepted.
Change or cancel your insurance cover